Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Hairburner take number 2

Here, humble readers is tidbit #2, I'm new to this blogging thing and was unable to get back into the site of my first posting,,,,,god willing that will not be the case with this one.  And without further delay I present mo':

 A posting on Craigslist caught my eye.  It was for a stylist interested in working in a hip and cutting edge “Studio”, a space that serviced clients and also hosted fashion shoots.  I don’t consider myself particularly creative or trendy, just a good everyday burner with occasional incidences of flair.   But after repeated readings of page eighty-four in “The Power of Now” and a good third of “Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff” I faxed my resume.  I got a call the next day from Paige, the studio manager, who enthusiastically set up a time for me to come in.  I knew this place was not for me, but I looked at it as good practice-interviewing.

            When I walked into the huge modern loft I was blown away: skylights filtered the sun, real Warhol’s lined the walls and a handsome, blazer-clad concierge greeted and directed me to a sky-blue designer chair where I sat and found myself praying to work there.  


Pattie said...

The chihuahua caught my eye. The dog looks like Howard Cosell. The t.v dinner made me yearn for t.v trays, watching my parents dance to Lawrence Welk. Please continue, love the writing.

Thank you,
A Bobby and A Sissy

goldenarches said...

Oh dear GOD..did you get the gig?
Well, the answer is something to live for, o? r mcd

Karen said...

Loved the way you write. You are brilliant. The pictures are great! Keep it up. You are very creative!!

Karen said...

You are amazing. Great writing and very creative. You are brilliant. Keep it up!! Loved the pictues.

Debra said...

As I read this, I am reminded about the time you wore your polyester shirt and danced in your livingroom to Hairspray for Kittie and I. You write as you speak, funny as hell with impeckable timing. Perhaps you will spill the beans next week as you beautify by ever graying locks.